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THE-MICHI CAN

DAILY

'SATUTRDAY, APRIL 27, 192

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SST A TESTREET FOUNTAIN VIES
WITH THAT OF PONCE DE LEON!
A~AT the corner of State street and fexuberant boys with cymbals, trum-
fetPIODUCTIuiNorth University Avenue stands a pets and pipes, then two graceful
("fountain of youth", vying with women bearing water-jars, a child
Ponce de Leon's fabled fount in with a basket of flowers, a young
BY Ftman with a scroll in hand and a
that this fountain, too, bears a maiden leaning on his arm, a grave
rather unique history. young sheph'd with his sheep, and
MARYI KARPINSKI HAS TITLE This beautiful drinking fountain, finally a youth spreading a scroll
ROLE IN "MIQUETTE which recently began its tenth year of figures before a sage of noble
ET SA MERE" of thirst-quenching existence, was and kindly mien.
'presented to the city of Ann Arbor Above the top is the inscription,}
-by the late Francis M. Hamilton, "Presented to the city of Ann Arbor
TO BE PLAYED THURSDAY '69, mayor of Ann Arbor from 1905 by Francis M. Hamilton, Mayor,,
to 1907. Mayor Hamilton, whose 1905-1907, University of Michigan,
Verde Francias Will P r e s e n t gift came to the University on the Class of 1869." Polasek, the sculp-
Twenty-Second Annual Play 50th anniversary of his graduation tor, once said: "It was my aim to
At M i m e s Theater from the literary college, is remem- make something dignified with a
bered as a public spirited official touch of youthful delight," and the
complete announcement of the who made the good of the city his fresh young faces with their touch
cast for Miquette et sa Mere", the constant concern. At his death in of seriousness, admirably bear out
1914, he made several bequests his intention.
twenty-second annual French play among which were the sum of $1000 Ponce de Leon's fountain was l
which members of the Cercle Fran- to the University and a similar supposed to restore youth. Francis
ceal will present at 8:15 Thursday amount to the city for the purpose M. Hamilton's fountain really
evening, May 1, in the Mimes thea- of erecting a drinking fountain at serves the youth of Michigan.
ter was made yesterday by Prof. the corner of State street and North -
Rene Talamon, of the departmenti University Avenue.
o' Romance languages and facultyU The charge was executed with de- S. B. Ingram Addresses
advisor of the club. votion and taste by Mayor Hamil- Club On Cosmic Rays
Mary Karpinski, Grad., has the ton's sons and daughters. Both
title role of Miquette. She has gain- Robert Aitkin, a sculptor famous Lecturing on "The Cosmic Ray",
ed experience for her part by hav- for several beautiful works in con- S. B. Ingam of the University ad-
ing played in the French play of nection with the San Francisco ex-~
last year. Margaret Effinger, a for- positiont, and Albin Polasek, who is' dressed the Chemistry-Physics-and
vier member of Comedy Club, is represented by many distinguished Astronomy Club of the Schoolmas-
cast in the role of the mother, the works of art in leading museums ters' convocation yesterday after-
seeond lead part. James C. O'Neill, throughout the country, were em- noon in the West Physics building.
'30, and John D. O'Neill, '30, George ployed for this work. He explained that the discovery of
W. Johnson, '30, Thurston E. Thi- The fountain itself, usually pass-Hh
eie,"'29, and George Meader com- d by with little concern by the the ray came as the result of the
plete the list of principals. majority of students, is worthy of attempt to explain certain pheno-
The- remainder of the cast in- comment. The three basins of the mena in connection with the be-
chides Lucille S. Deizer, '29, Suzan- fountain are sunk in the top of a havior of the electroscope. The ray
ne Humbert, '31, Richard Humph- circular drum of bronze, surround-
reys, '31, Virginia Kimball, '29, Vio- ed by a procession of figures in re- itself, he showed, is of the same
let Megaro, '29, Mary Morley, '31, lief, representing Youth, Labor, type as the X and the gamma rays
Mary Ptolemy, '29, Nataline Vin- Poetry, and Philosophy. First come already known. It is, however, he
centi, '29, and R. D. Schick, '32. stated, many time as penetrating,
rth of the O'Neill brothers were TEACHERS STAR T piercing with practically no loss of
$n. the French play last year and i
this year's opera, 'The Rainbow's GEOGRAPHY CLUB power a wall of lead-insulation a
End;" Johnson has long been pro- great deal thicker than that re-
minernt in campus dramatics and With the common consent of quired to stop an X-ray or a gam-
also was cast in the French play nearly one hundred teachers of ma ray. Ingram himself was pre-
lait year. Thieme is the president Geography of the state high schools sent during the researches in Cali-
of Comedy club, and Meader who were gathered yesterday aft- fornia, which corroborated those of
has played in several French and ernoon in room 223 Angell hall, a German scientist who pioneered
Spinish plays. . I there was inaugurated the Michi- in the work a few years ago.
"In view of the experience and gan state council of the National
ability of the cast," said Professor Council of Geography teachers of
'Talamon yesterday, "a successful America. Preston E. James, as-
play seems assured. We are re- sociate professor of Geography in
hearsing daily, and the play is the University and who is also CORN WX ELL
rapidly .rounding into shape." executive chairman of the Nation-
Tickets will be on sale at Gra- al Council for Michigan suggest-
ham's State street book store com- ed the project and afterwards re-
mencing Monday, it was announced ceived memberships to the organi- Scranton, I
b 1t will not be sold at the East zation.
Uhiversity street store of the same It is the purpose of the council Kentucky and W
company. Prices, to be announced to keep the various individual
tUen, Will be arranged to give credit members of the organization in Solvay an
to' holders of Cercle Francais ticket contact with each other and with
booklets. important geographical events and
This year's French play was pres- research discoveries of the day.
ented once before in the University,
iti 1916. At. that time the two title
roles were played by Adele Crandall } Detroit Theaters IThis business has
and Marie Cornwell. The play was Ic it was establi
vritten by the two French drama- "giving absolute
R.gIE de Flers and G A. de Cail- gli asut t
l10t and was given its premier LAFAYETTE customers." We b
pf'eentation in Paris at the Theater SHUBERT busi eS in a frie
des 1arietes on Ncvcxic ,- 2r1906. Matinees Thurs.-Sat., 50c - $1.50 .
i_____Nights.....50c to $2.50 think so too, le
S'rANFORD UNIVERSITY - Je- Detroit's One Real Hit!
rome B. Stanford, the last surviving H A R L E M
member of the family to whom this
Uni Vrsity owes its existence, has
just died. He was the elder broth-
er of former Senator Leland Stan- CASS THEATRE CORNWELL
ford, who founded the university Nights, $1 to $3
and,-gave it his name. Saturday Matinee, $1 to $2.50 OFFICE, CORD
YpsBlanti.-The Michigan State B M B O O M PoneOffice : 4i51-4
Tpsiant.--Te Mchign Sate With Frank McIntyre and
Normal baseball team will meet To- Jeanette MacDonald
led University today.j-_JeanetteMaconald

Life Insurance Leader PRINCIPAL PURPOSE OF MODERN MUSEUM LIES
Started At Low Wage IN AUGMENTING KNOWLEDGE, STATES RUTHVEN

EDTRS OETi ntriw and exhibits are designed, of ution, ecology, and anatomy."
EDITORS NOTE: This interview ca ourse, for the diffusion of knowl- Dr. Ruthven mentioned the fu-
tive of the work being done in the edge. The exhibits are being ar- ture needs of the Museums: "Owing
ne Universitk Mueums Buiing. ranged to aid in the illustration of to the importance of the research
new University Museums Building. the work of several departments of work, the lion's share of the space
"The two main objects of a mod- study on the campus. The Mu- in the building has been given to
seums building being a museum of that work. Undoubtedly, there will
ern museum are the increase of natural history, the exhibits will be soon develop a need for more ex-
knowledge and the diffusion of designed as expositions of biologi- hibition space. Space is particular-
l knowledge," stated Dr. Alexander cal facts and principles." ly needed for exhibitions of botafii-
G. Ruthven, Director of the Uni- The plan of exhibition in the cal material, and collections in
versity Museums. These two ob- main hall on the second floor will archaeology and anthropology. At
jects were the fundamental prin- beconcerned with the develop- the present time there is not much
cipals upon which the new Univer- ment of the facts of evolution. The place available for such exhibi-
sity Museums building on Wash- I cases on the left hand side will be- tions.".-
tenaw avenue was planned and te gin with the earliesthinvertebrate
built; one of the best equipped and material and work up the time essional Society
'most modern museum buildings in scale to the more complex fossils. I Admits New Members
the country has been the result. On the right side the cases will__
"The north wing of the building contain the more complex verte- Alpha. Omega Alpha, honorary
has been designed primarily for re- brates in an evolutionary order, un- medical fraternity, initiated .into
search work, or the increase of til man is reached. The last few active membership in the sqciety
knowledge," Dr. Ruthven continued. cases will contain anthropological five members of the junior medical
"No material expansion of the re- and archaeological material illus- class at the annual sprng initia-
search phase of our work is con- trating the work of pre-historic tion dinner held Wednesday at the
sidered for the immediate future. man. Union.
We will continue to encourage the "The balcony of the main hall I The initiates are. Richard H.
present work of the various divi-; will, for the present, be given over Freyberg, Sherwood R. Russell,
sions in the study of present collec- to demonstrations of Michigan fau- Charles L. Hudson, Vaughn H. Mor-
- tions, and in the acquisition of na," the Director stated. "The rissey, and Frank H. Maxwell. At
enew material." fourth . floor exhibition facilities Ithe same time, Dr. Dean Lewis,
6 In speaking of the exhibition will be devoted, in general, to bi- professor of surgery, at Johns Hop-
phase of the Museums building, Dr. ological material, illustrative of kins university was initiated as an
Ruthven said, "The exhibition halls such subjects as heredity, distrib- ihonorary member of the chapter.
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Frederick H. Ecker
Who will succed the late Haley
Fiske as president of the Metropoli-
tan Life Insurance company. H
began as a $4-a-week mail clerk 46
years ago.
UNIVERSITY PLANS
BIOLOGICAL CAME
Plans are now being made fo
new developments of the Universit
Biological station at Douglas sta
tion at Douglas Lake in norther
Michigan, according to an an
nouncement from the biology de

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used during the summer for bi-
ological study. Dr. G. R. LaRue is
at the station now making plans,
which will be announced later.,
Mothers of about 100 of next
year's debutantes in New York
have voted to endorse protness
at social functions and the early
breaking up of' dances.
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